PARE HAURAKI COVID-19 INFORMATION HUB

PARE HAURAKI COVID-19 INFORMATION HUB

Kāti rā e koro mā, e kui mā, i te kauanga pō mariko; ko te pō ki te pō, ko te ao ki te ao. Ko tātou te ira tangata, e ū ana ki te tikanga o ngau paepae. Ko tātou te hunga e ariari ana i tēnei huaketo poautinitini, kua rokohanga mai ki runga i a tātou, tihei mauri ora. Kei ngā pākaiahi o ngā ripa o Hauraki whānui tonu, huri, huri, tēnā anō rā tātou katoa

The Pare Hauraki Covid-19 Information Hub is a place for Hauraki Iwi, whānau and marae to stay connected and to access the resources and support services they need in the Alert Level 1-4. It’s also a portal where you can connect with your Iwi or marae. The hub is tailored to Covid-19 related updates for Hauraki Iwi, whānau and marae and contains information and resources that are Māori and indigenous peoples focused. We will go live on the hub while we continue to develop and upload content and design features as time is of the essence.

www.covid-19.govt.nz is the whole of government website for information and updates on the Covid-19 threat. From there you will also find links to the Ministry of Health website and other government department website links.

New Zealand is currently in alert level 1

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On the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr Martin Mikaere

"What I don't want happening is patients sitting at home on serious symptoms. In a month I can potentially see 15 people with heart attacks, 15 people with strokes, there's diabetics with blood sugars that are getting out of control . . . These are all things that don't stop because we've got a COVID virus."WATCH – Dr Martin Mikaere, in Thames, talk about working on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic, his concern for people with other serious conditions and getting through the next 4 weeks in lockdown.

Posted by nzpropertytrends on Wednesday, 25 March 2020

On the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr Martin Mikaere
(26 March 2020) 

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